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There are some jobs where a classic white or clear caulk just won’t cut it – you’ll need a custom color to match the surrounding material or paint color. Obvious caulk lines can look unprofessional and distract from the flow of the room.

As a contractor, you need a custom color solution that’s effective and easy to use. Here’s the easiest way to get an exact color match that will wow your clients!

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Knowing how to caulk a sink is essential for any kitchen remodel. Not just any caulk will do for this project – you’ll need a high performance caulk or sealant that gives your customers long-lasting results. High quality sealants are more durable and, for a contractor, that means fewer repairs for your team and less hassle for your customers. Read on to learn how to caulk a sink and why the type of caulk you use makes a difference.

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Why use caulk? What is its purpose? We’ve got some caulking tips for you!

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Texas-Claussen-Home-1200A trip to the southwest and the beauty of the Rocky Mountains were the catalysts for our “love affair” with log homes. We knew we would not be happy until we had one! Having a construction background, I decided to build our dream log home. That was thirty-three years ago, and the rest, as they say, is history.

Love for
Log Homes

Log homes are such unique structures that working on them brings us a feeling of fulfillment and satisfaction. Nothing is more gratifying than the praise and thanks received from satisfied customers.  Walking into a log home is like receiving a big warm hug from someone you love and we feel privileged to work on them, as well as live in the one we built.

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Blog Post - Restore Log Home

Holy severe weather, Batman! Many of you, from all parts of the country, have been impacted by a doozy of a year when it comes to weather. Most recently of course, hurricanes have had a very real impact on tens of thousands of homes. In this month’s Experts Corner article, we welcome our very own log home expert Paul Peebles, whose own log home flooded a few years ago. He discusses how to restore flooded log homes. Thanks to Satterwhite Log Homes for providing the photos below from their flooding a couple years ago. (more…)

No.

No, your new caulk won’t stick to silicone caulk. Sorry to be so abrupt, but it’s the truth. You can stop reading now if you don’t want all of the details and the whys. Here at Sashco, we love the “whys,” so we’re trudging ahead.

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We hear you: Lexel® and Through the Roof!® are sticky.

An example of stringy caulking An example of stringy caulking. Look familiar?

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Flashing tape being installed (Photo courtesy www.mfmbp.com/wpblog) Flashing tape – also called self-adhered flashing – being installed (Photo courtesy www.mfmbp.com/wpblog)

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Rain and humidity and my caulk won’t dry – oh my!

Keep the rain out with high-performance Sashco sealants. Keep the rain out with high-performance Sashco sealants.

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